A blind date and a case of mistaken identity just might lead to love…
After a long series of stinkers, when a respectful match from an online dating site asks to meet Avery Cahill in real life, she agrees. Invoking her favorite romantic comedy, they arrange to meet in a local coffee shop with a flower and a book.
Under a serious deadline to finish a group project for his MBA–solo–the only thing Dillon Lange wants is peace and quiet. When a beautiful stranger sits down in his booth at the coffee shop, he knows he ought to say something about not being who she thinks he is, but he can’t resist her smile or her engaging conversation.
How long can he keep up the charade? And what will happen when her real date shows up?
Point of view:
3rd Person. Alternating perspectives, not always by chapter, but it’s clearly defined.
Continuing my regular Kait Nolan and Amy McFadden fix…
Adorable meet-cute short story (Nolan calls it a novelette in the book intro) that kicks off the Wishful series. At 45 minutes, this really is just a short and sweet intro to the Wishful Romance series. I loved the accidental circumstances that brought Dillon & Avery together as well as their witty banter.
I do hope that I’ll see more of them as the series continues.
Also, what *is* the recipe for the Zombie Killer coffee? I think I need that in my life.
Amy McFadden is fantastic as always. I appreciate her ability to give all the characters their own unique voices and keep the southern accents in tact without being overdone.
My Favorite Quotes
I don’t think there’s any true substitute for a chance meeting where you feel that indefinable spark with a complete stranger. – Once Upon a Coffee by @kaitnolan #Audiobook narrated by @amymcnarrator #SmallTown #Romance #ShortStoryTweet
I wish for this date to be something special. – Once Upon a Coffee by @kaitnolan #Audiobook narrated by @amymcnarrator #SmallTown #Romance #ShortStoryTweet